I use ComicFury, which is as good they come for free hosting. Ads are optional, you can code your own layouts if so inclined, linkbacks to the host are optional, if you have your own domain you can set it up to work with that, and Kyo (best admin ever) is on the ball when it comes to making sure the site is always up and in optimal condition. Basically, it's like a normal paid webhost only with free on-site advertising and a forum.
Well Dood, I am definitely impressed by the consistency of your artwork and your updates. I've been following this for a bit now and It's kept my interest pretty well, though every once in awhile there might be a weird perspective issue. Still, it's very good, and I'll be reading!
I actually had a question though. What website do you use for hosting? My friend and I are starting up a webcomic soon and I just wanted to get some advice.
Also if you happen to be like me and have the HTML skills of a dead toad, the provided "simple" layout selections are very easy to tweak to your preferences without being obnoxious, which is quite handy.
There are places that charge you damn good money that aren't half as good as ComicFury is for free.
More generic webcomic advice, if you want to do on-time regular updates like this, then before you launch a website, post an ad, or do anything else at all, make a buffer. Just get 10-12 pages done early at the least, so you know how long it takes you to make pages and have a dozen or so on hand for situations where you can't work on pages. You will never be able to get pages done on time every week forever, and if you have no buffer you'll get bogged down trying to catch up, and then your comic will wither and die.